The OpenVAERS Red Box Report

By OpenVAERS

Global Research, November 26, 2021OpenVAERS

A few weeks ago we announced that you can now search COVID VAERS reports by STATE. We have heard from many people across the country who have used the “by STATE” feature to educate elected officials about vaccine injuries happening in their jurisdiction.

In this week’s OpenVAERS Red Box Report we have produced a chart that adds some extra context to the state reports. Below we graphed the number “Fully” vaccinated (divided by 1,000), the number of covid vaccine injuries reported to VAERS, and the population (divided by 1,000) for all 50 states. As you can see, the number of covid vaccine injury reports in each state corresponds to the number of people fully vaccinated in that state. This adds yet more evidence that we are witnessing the greatest safety signal in the 31 year history of VAERS.

The OpenVAERS Team

State population data comes from here.

Vaccination data comes from here.

Click to download the PDF of this week’s report numbers. The new version includes the numbers and a space for you to write on.‍

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Featured image is from Children’s Health DefenseVideo: What’s Going On? Athletes Dropping Like Flies. Heart Disease Endemic in Young Athletes.The original source of this article is OpenVAERSCopyright © OpenVAERSOpenVAERS, 2021

https://www.globalresearch.ca/openvaers-red-box-report/5762820

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